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Qualification Requirements for Personnel in Part-147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation

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In accordance with Article 147.A.105 "Personnel Requirements" of Section A of Annex IV to Regulation (EU)1321/2014, the experience and qualifications of Instructors, Knowledge Examiners and Practical Assessors shall be established in accordance with criteria published or in accordance with a procedure and to a standard agreed by the competent authority.


In order to have a clear understanding of DAC qualification requirements for those person, the following criteria shall be met:

Instructors:

  • Good understanding of the Part 66 elements that are assigned to their scope of instruction and,
  • Receive training or attending workshops/meetings related to Annex III Part-66 and Annex IV Part-147 and,
  • Sufficient experience in aircraft maintenance environment to the satisfaction of the Maintenance Training Organisation and,
  • Good knowledge and communication skills in English language and,
  • Training, coaching and testing skills and,
  • Environment and human performance awareness and safety culture and,
  • Good knowledge of technical publications (Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Component Maintenance Manual, Airworthiness Directive, Service Bulletin, Maintenance Programme, etc.) and,
  • Undergo up-dating training of a duration of 35 hours at least every 24 months (may be adjusted depending on the scope of the organisation and the experience of the instructor) and,
  • Receive regular training to company’s procedures and regulation as required.

Knowledge Examiners:

  • Good understanding of the Part 66 elements that are assigned to their scope of instruction and,
  • Receive training or attending workshops/meetings related to Annex III Part-66 and Annex IV Part-147 and,
  • Sufficient experience in aircraft maintenance environment to the satisfaction of the Maintenance Training Organisation and,
  • Good knowledge and communication skills in English language and,
  • Training, coaching and testing skills and,
  • Environment and human performance awareness and safety culture and,
  • Good knowledge of technical publications (Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Component Maintenance Manual, Airworthiness Directive, Service Bulletin, Maintenance Programme, etc.) and,
  • Undergo up-dating training of a duration of 35 hours at least every 24 months (may be adjusted depending on the scope of the organisation and the experience of the instructor) and,
  • Receive regular training to company’s procedures and regulation as required and,
  • Be trained to the Type Training Part-147 approved organisation examination procedures and,
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the examination standard required by Annex III (Part 66) and,
  • Have a responsible attitude to the conduct of examination such that the highest integrity is ensured.

Practical Assessors:

  • Good understanding of the Part 66 elements that are assigned to their scope of instruction and,
  • Sufficient experience in aircraft maintenance environment to the satisfaction of the Maintenance Training Organisation and,
  • Good knowledge and communication skills in English language and,
  • Training, coaching and testing skills and,
  • Environment and human performance awareness and safety culture and,
  • Good knowledge of technical publications (Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Component Maintenance Manual, Airworthiness Directive, Service Bulletin, Maintenance Programme, etc.) and,
  • Receive regular training to company’s procedures and regulation as required and,
  • Act safely, apply safety precautions and prevent dangerous situations and,
  • Environment and human performance awareness and safety culture and,
  • Have knowledge and understanding of areas requiring special emphasis or novelty (areas peculiar to the aircraft type, domains not covered by Part-66 Appendix, practical training elements that cannot be imparted through simulation devices, etc.) and,
  • Demonstrate the understanding of the aircraft systems interaction and,
  • Be able to demonstrate and identify the appropriate aircraft publications and,
  • Navigate, execute and obey to the prescribed maintenance procedures.

All Maintenance Training Organisation personnel holding one of the above mentioned positions shall be clearly identified in the company’s Exposition.


A competent assessment shall be performed by the Maintenance Training Organisation before to release one of the above mentioned positions



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